(Reuters) — Chrysler Group L.L.C. gave in to government pressure and said it would recall 2.7 million older Jeep models, after initially fighting a recall request from U.S. regulators.
(Reuters) — The world should stop arguing about whether humans are causing climate change and start taking action to stop dangerous temperature rises, the president of the World Bank said Wednesday.
TAMPA, Fla. — As local cities, counties and municipalities hold vast amounts of personal data, cyber risks pose significant exposures for public entity risk managers.
(Reuters) — A stunt double for Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie has sued News Corp. over allegations its British newspapers hacked her phone, the first lawsuit in the United States against the company since the scandal broke two years ago.
Benefit broker and consultant Corporate Synergies Group L.L.C. has launched a private health insurance exchange that will enable employers with 100 or more employees to offer workers a wide array of plans.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.’s plan to increase reporting demands on defined benefit plans would place unnecessary burdens on them while providing little new information, pension fund advocates said Tuesday.
American International Group Inc. and Prudential Financial Inc. could become less competitive as a result of being designated systemically important financial institutions, though industry experts say much about the effect of SIFI status remains…
SEOUL, South Korea — A global risk-based capital standard for insurers would help large insurers better diversify their risks and reduce their costs, but such harmonization could be way off in the future, insurance experts said.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. —Benefits brokers expect most middle-market employers — even those with as few as 20 employees — to continue offering health benefits to their employees after 2014 despite the availability of insurance…
The National Federation of Independent Businesses will offer its members easy access to a wide range of personal health insurance plans, the group announced Wednesday.
A proposal to raise New York workers compensation rates by 16.9% is based in part on increasing indemnity and medical claim severity, according to the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board.
CHICAGO — Human resource managers can help reduce workers compensation costs by devising written plans that document each step of the comp process and effectively communicating expectations to injured employees, a consultant said Wednesday.